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Product Liability Lawsuit NJ Attorneys

Attorney Andrew Calcagno discusses how he guides his client through their product liability claim. If you have experienced an injury from a defective product please call our office today.

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>>Andrew Calcagno: “We handle a variety of products liability cases, and they range from a defective product to a defective drug to a car that’s defective that actually causes worsening of your condition as a result of the crash.”

>>Andrew Calcagno: “You get rear ended and it would have been a minor impact except for the seat back of the car breaks. That then causes potentially paralysis. That’s a product liability case that you have against a car manufacturer”

>>Andrew Calcagno: “There’s an expectancy that the product was already tested, we went through QC quality control, and it was safe for use. Through discovery is either that the product was not properly designed or the product was properly designed, but not manufactured properly.”

>>Andrew Calcagno: “If you have been injured by any product that you believe was defectively designed a manufacturer that causes injury to you or a loved one.”

>> Andrew Calcagno: “Please call us right away. Time is the essence, especially with products. You’re entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life. It is so important to contact us so we can guide you through the process, and get the money that you deserve.”

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Verdict - Train Accident

Plaintiff suffered multiple injuries, including a fractured skull that resulted in a large epidural hematoma requiring an emergency craniotomy after a New Jersey Transit train accident.

$4.0 M

Settlement - Bus Crash

Plaintiff sustained multiple fractures and injuries to her shoulder, neck, lower back, leg, and ankle after a bus accident. She required multiple surgeries which still resulted in permanent damage.

$2.5 M

Verdict - Head On Collision

Paintiff suffered multiple injuries, including a right temporal skull fracture, requiring a temporal craniotomy; post-traumatic seizure disorder; and post-traumatic stress disorder.

$2.0 M

Settlement - Wrongful Death

Plaintiff sustained multiple fractures and injuries to her shoulder, neck, lower back, leg, and ankle after a bus accident. She required multiple surgeries which still resulted in permanent damage.

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